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Told judge he now feared bad luck.
Fears came true. Fined $100.
Local transportation committee of
council to hold meeting to set date
for reopening of investigation into
bookkeeping methods of street car
companies and Board of supervising
Lincoln Av. Business Men's Ass'n
talked over north side subway at din
ner last night. Aldermen of 26th
Marie Moudre, assisted by crowd,
captured robber last night fie en
tered her beauty parlor at 134 S.
Kostner av. and tried to rob her.
Alonzo Whiteman, former Minne
apolis state senator, being held at
detective bureau pending police in
quiry as to value of several checks
he had. Offered one for hotel bilL
Charles Ball, city health dep't, in
speech at City club banquet, urged
campaign to kill rats.
Ed Portley, chief of detectives in
Joplin, Mo., tried to find "his man" in
saloons on W. Madison. Awoke to
find self in cell. Released upon prov
Mrs. George Feuerstein filed peti
tion for accounting of $5,000 dowry.
Husband in return bill says she in
sisted on spending it for good time.
REPORTS SAY CARRANZA'S OWN
OFFICERS ARRESTED HIM
El Paso, .Texas, Dec. 8. Reports
unconfirmed from any other source,
were received today in Mexico City
from Vera Cruz that Gen. Venustiano
Carranza had been arrested by his
own officers or charge of having loot
ed the national treasury of 6,000,000
pesos when he evacuated Mexico
The stories are that Carranza was
asked to account for the money and,
failing, was placed in jail to await
trial before a military court. Gen.
Avaro Obregon was said to have tak
en charge of the government.
Gen. Francisco Villa and Gen. Em
iliano Zapata are still in the national
capital, but are preparing a vigorous I
campaign against the Carranzista
forces. It is expected the expedition
will start against Vera Cruz this
PRIVY COUNCIL BARS GERMAN
London, Eng. Sir Ernest Cassel,
a German by birth, butj for many
years a resident of London and close
ly identified with English royalty,
has been barred from Britain's
Sir Ernest Cassel is one of the
world's most powerful financiers, and
he was financial adviser to the late
King Edward. As soon as the war
was declared with Germany he was
requested not to attend the privy
London. 2 members of crew of 36
of oil steamer Vedra, enroute from
Mexico to Barrow, perished when
vessel caught fire off Walney Island.
Beloit, Wis. 174 head of livestock
ordered killed; foot and mouth dis
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